Turley Named Distinguished Biology Scholar at WWU

Fulton resident Tony Turley is among the students who have been named 2007 Distinguished Scholars at William Woods University.

Turley, the son of Larry and the late Shawn Turley, received the honor in biology.

Other students named as Distinguished Scholars are: Ashley Jeralds of Maryland Heights, Mo., and Genevieve Jimenez of St. Peters, Mo., American Sign Language
Interpreting; Amanda Beck of Jefferson City, Mo., and Chad Johansen of Cypress, Calif., Business Administration; Catharine Douglass of Kansas City, Mo., Communications; Lauren McMichael of Houston, Texas, Equestrian Science; Becky Loesch of Arnold, Mo., Equine Administration; Molly Borgmeyer of Columbia, Mo., Graphic Design; Courtney Yantes of Plain City, Ohio, History; Alana Fisher of California, Mo., Social Work, and Daniel Saults of Rolla, Mo., Theatre.

To be a Distinguished Scholar at William Woods, a graduating senior must be selected by the faculty of a particular discipline. A minimum grade point average of 3.4 is required.